After a year of pandemic, many aspects of our lives have changed. I didn’t expect Ascension to be the most confusing one.Continue reading
To FBI agents if you’re reading this, it’s NOT libel the whole thing is just a JOKE.
To KJ Apa if you’re reading this hiiii Archie :) I’m a big fan
To God Almighty Lord Savior Heaven Above if you’re reading this I’m sorryContinue reading
If you’re like me, you always enter Ascension through the Middle Path entrance. Actually, if you’re anyone at Kenyon right now, that’s definitely where you’re entering Ascension, because you have to. But last year I had Arabic in Ascension 126, which would be accessible through the main doors if there weren’t a class in 105, so I had to go in through the south-facing entrance. If you look closely at the stones around this entrance, there are a number of carvings, mostly of initials and class numbers. Let’s take a look!Continue reading
Third floor ascension. The most elegant of third floors. The richness of the wood paneled walls, the oak tables and the non-fluorescent lighting make for a perfect studious environment. This gothic, castle like classiness can feel like a haven in which only the most serious of book learning and essay writing can take place. Now, however, it is time to flip the script, go against the grain and pee into the wind, because we are about to examine the things that would shatter the Hogwarts-esque aesthetic of third floor ascension. Continue reading
Widely considered one of the most beautiful buildings on campus, Ascension Hall houses classrooms, professors’ offices, and the spacious Philomathesian Hall, where many lectures, discussions, and club meetings take place. Continue reading